21w ago - Managing Director and Co-Founder at Green Hill Maarten de Koning has confirmed today alongside a video that Gun Commando will be blasting onto PlayStation Mobile this Wednesday.
Below are the details, to quote: Do you like old school first person shooters? Do you own a PlayStation Vita or a certified PlayStation Mobile device?
If the answer to both questions is yes, then we at Green Hill have some great news for you! We're very proud to announce the release of Gun Commando, an "old-school, new-cool" first person shooter, developed in collaboration with Abstraction Games & Ripstone Publishing, and coming to your PlayStation Mobile device this week!
Gun Commando is a distinctly classic first person shooter that combines 8-bit graphics with visceral game-play, in the vein of Wolvenstein and Duke Nukem.
You play Jack Bennett, a weapon-loving alien-hating gun-for-hire; who is called in to save the world from invading aliens. Alongside the story - sublimely visualized by comic book legend Romano Molenaar - and the great retro look, it features a unique weaponry upgrade system that rewards players' skill and accuracy, allowing you to upgrade to the big guns faster if you've got what it takes.
60w ago - Today Jawad Ashraf of the PlayStation Store Team has posted up this weeks European PSN Game Store updates, outlined below as follows:
This week's front runner is The Walking Dead, courtesy of Telltale Games, who previously brought you the much loved Back to the Future: The Game.
Set within the same universe as the hit comic you take control of Lee Everett, a brand new character for the game.
You'll see the world of The Walking Dead from a new perspective, find out more about existing characters from the comic and see the emotional development of the various characters.
With the success of the comic book and TV series, now you can experience The Walking Dead in a new light. What better timing than now, before the next season begins later in the year?
You'll be able to get a Trial of the game (see below for locale details) as well as the complete episode. There's also an option to purchase a Season Pass, netting you access to all 5 episodes (episodes 2-5 will release monthly) and an exclusive theme, all at a discounted rate.
Last Friday saw the digital release of Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention for the Vita, so if you missed it then be sure to grab it now!
I trust football fans are all over this. Released yesterday (Trial also...
75w ago - Sony PlayStation Home Community Manager Locust_Star has announced today that beginning Wednesday eleven new games will be coming to PlayStation Home!
To quote: This Wednesday, January 11th will see yet another enormous update to PlayStation Home, with new games to play, a massive expansion to one of our most popular titles, and tons of collectible items.
For starters, our friends over at Digital Leisure are opening the doors to their all-new Casino game space.
Many of you have been asking for more casino-styled games since the launch of PlayStation Home Hold 'Em and we're proud to serve up an extremely elegant game space plucked straight from the Strip with all of the fun of a Vegas vacation without the high cost of admission.
From Blackjack and Poker and Casino War to Big Six Wheel and Keno and Slots, we've got you covered no matter what your game of choice is. Of course, no PlayStation Home game would be complete without some seriously awesome rewards, so Digital Leisure decided to add over 100 of them, including clothing, furniture, and even a luxury hotel room befitting the highest of high rollers (not that you'll be doing much sleeping once the Casino releases...)
91w ago - Capcom Product Manager Mike Lunn has announced today that next Wednesday (Tuesday in North America) Resident Evil: Code Veronica X HD is hitting PSN and will be 50% off for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
To quote: More classic Resident Evil horror is heading to the PlayStation Network next week with Resident Evil: Code Veronica X HD! Claire Redfield, after narrowly escaping Raccoon City, is searching for her brother Chris.
Captured while sneaking around an Umbrella facility and snooping for leads, Claire is hauled off to a maximum security prison installation on Rockfort Island. While making her escape, she realizes the island is being overrun by zombies and Bio-Organic Weapons.
Claire meets another prisoner, Steve Burnside, who is also looking to escape ... but will they be able to work together to make it out alive? The island is veiled in secrets and the family behind the Umbrella Corporation has a deadly agenda of their own. Relive the survival horror classic available via PlayStation Network on Wednesday, Sept. 28th.
As we mentioned last week, we've got even more RE deals for PlayStation fans to help celebrate Resident Evil's 15th anniversary. For PlayStation Plus members, we're offering the same 50-percent-off...
131w ago - Today Associate Editor Nathan Ditum has shared a preview of FirstPlay Episode 37, which arrives on PSN this Wednesday.
To quote: With Christmas approaching like a thunderous runaway murder train with tinsel strung across the front, things are getting a little hectic in the FirstPlay office.
Mostly because I still haven't bought a single present and don't reckon on having any time to until Easter, but also because we've been making another packed episode for you to enjoy.
Episode 37 hits the Store this Wednesday, and features a hands-on preview of Dead Space 2 and an interview with the game's art director Ian Milham. We also talk to Ian about the making of the original Dead Space, have a thorough play around with occupation shooter Homefront, and review another batch of PlayStation strays in our round-up, including Blood Stone 007 and EA's mysterious new puzzler Create.
We've also got a review of kung fu reboot The Karate Kid on Blu-ray, a guide to hardly ever getting shot in Medal Of Honor online, and a look at the Blu-ray movies that have had the biggest influence on modern games. Plus our screenshot galleries this week include the likes of Dragon Age 2 and F.E.A.R. 3.
As always this comes for just 99p, or you can buy a 12 week subscription for...